Fernando Alonso could be contractually free to walk away from Ferrari.
Technically, the Spaniard remains under contract to the struggling Maranello team until the end of 2016.
"I'm sure he is very frustrated," Niki Lauda told the Spanish newspaper El Pais earlier this week.
But "he can't just go to McLaren because he has a contract that he can't get out of unless he's sacked. Sometimes you choose a car and you're wrong."
Mercedes team chairman Lauda, however, may not be right. There are at least two recent examples of drivers with solid Ferrari contracts who did not wear red the next year.
Ferrari said in 2004 that Rubens Barrichello would drive for the team in the...
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